Plate 58
Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1975

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58

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'Plate 58: Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. 58. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47602 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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HUXLEY BUILDING, FORMERLY SCIENCE SCHOOLS, 1867–71.

Gen. H. Scott, architect, assisted by J. Gamble, J. W. Wild and others (p. 234)

a. View from south-west in c. 1872–3: official Residences of South Kensington Museum (pp. 106–7)on right, Nos. 64–72 (consec.) Princes Gate (p. 303) on left


Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools

Plate 58a: Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools
View from south-west in c. 1872–3: official Residences of South Kensington Museum (pp. 106–7)on right, Nos. 64–72 (consec.) Princes Gate (p. 303) on left

b. Suggestions for design by Henry Cole, May 1868


Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools

Plate 58b: Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools
Suggestions for design by Henry Cole, May 1868

c. Colonnade to design by G. Sykes in c. 1872–3


Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools

Plate 58c: Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools
Colonnade to design by G. Sykes in c. 1872–3

d. Terra-cotta roundel to design by G. Skyes in 1973


Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools

Plate 58d: Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools
Terra-cotta roundel to design by G. Skyes in 1973